Estate & Financial Planning Workshops Are Here for You and Your Animals!
We’re so pleased to let you know that workshops that will help you with financial and estate planning are starting this Thursday, September 23, and happening through Friday, November 12!
When you make an estate plan, you have many choices on how to distribute your property. Perhaps the inheritance you leave a family member will make his or her life more comfortable. But if you want to leave a legacy that will save the lives of those who are truly helpless, consider making a bequest or gift to help In Defense of Animals. Funds are needed in many areas, including our educational programs to save wild horses and burros from roundups and slaughter, stopping the trophy hunting of wild animals, spay and neuter programs, our Korean Dog campaign, and our sanctuaries.
Making an estate plan is not only a great way to make provisions for your family and your animals in your absence, but it’s also a way to make a lasting contribution that will truly mean the difference between life and death for many abandoned and vulnerable animals.
However, difficult finance and estate decisions require detailed knowledge in many areas, including accounting, finance, law, insurance, taxes, investments, and charitable planning. To help you navigate these intricacies, In Defense of Animals sponsors a series of free workshops.
We invite you to watch the recorded workshops, linked below. Or, if you prefer to attend in real-time, we will be sponsoring live Zoom workshops starting on Thursday, September 23. In addition, we will be sponsoring in-person workshops in Southern California. Please contact Nicole at email@example.com or 480-474-4783 for more information on how to sign up.
We hope you will join us to learn how to make wiser, more fully informed decisions about your estate planning and your financial future.
Choose Your Participation Option
Click here to view the pre-recorded webinars:
Click here to register for the live Zoom workshops:
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the in-person workshops in Southern CA.